According to The Center for World University Rankings (CWUR), 8 objectives and robust indicators have been exercised to rank the world’s top universities:
1. Quality of Education (25%),
2. Alumni Employment (25%),
3. Quality of Faculty (25%),
4. Publications (5%),
5. Influence (5%),
6. Citations (5%),
7. Broad Impact (5%) and
8. Patents (5%).
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Laval University, which was founded in 1950, deals with Canadian civilization, literature, medieval studies, law, social sciences, physical sciences and engineering.
Numerous public figures, including Prime Ministers of Canada, Premiers of Quebec, Supreme Court Justices, federal Cabinet Ministers, Senators, and Lieutenant-Governors as well as national and international athletes have graduated from the Laval University.